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2 3 Its a dull imagination that isnt fired on first hearing of the concept of ley lines. From Alfred Watkins simple discovery of lost ancient trackways in 1921, ley lines have evolved to encompass a wide field of theory and speculation. The modern revival in ley hunting was triggered by the post war flying saucer craze. In the 1950s French ufologist Aim Michell had claimed that sightings of UFOs, when plotted on a map, fell into straight lines which he called orthotenies. One of the earliest alien abductees, Buck Nelson, had written that flying saucer pilots tapped into lines of magnetic force in the earth to power their craft. Then, in the early 1960s, exRAF pilot Tony Wedd, an enthusiastic believer in UFOs, put these two fantastic concepts together with Alfred Watkins leys and thus the ley as a line of magnetic force was born. The sixties counterculture embraced ley lines as part of the cultural revolution and the mystical energy lines quickly became the accepted explanation for leys. Before long dowsers claimed to be able to locate hidden energies at ancient sacred sites such as stone circles and standing stones and eventually claimed to be able to dowse the leys that run between them. ThE mySTEry Of lEy liNES UFOs and strange energies
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